HHC's driving mission is to promote wellness, healing and comfort for patients by providing quality care at home. Our focus is on preserving a familiar environment for children and adults with complex medical issues by giving them the professional nursing, home health aide and therapy services they need in the comfort of their own homes.
By providing these services, HHC professionals facilitate the transition between hospital and home as required by the patient's medical needs, while also assisting families to adapt to new medical technologies and acting as patient advocates in the increasingly sophisticated health care environment. Services are individualized to meet every patient's specific needs, whether private duty nursing or intermittent home visits are required. An individualized plan of care includes prescribed services, treatments, and determination of expected outcomes and goals.
HHC is licensed in the states of Maryland and Virginia to provide home health services in select counties, and have met all state and federal regulatory standards.
All counties (Private Duty)
Baltimore City, Montgomery Co., Prince George's Co. (Home Health Visits)
Arlington, Alexandria, Fairfax, Falls Church, Loudoun and Prince William Counties (Private Duty/Home Health Visits)
HHC guarantees a personal approach to home health care services. The humanity and needs of the individual patient and family unit come first.
HHC credits its high success rate to its commitment to the quality of care provided and a philosophy of caring a lot and giving a lot.
HHC has been in business since 1992, and has fostered a close working relationship with discharge planners and professionals at many large health care facilities in Maryland and Northern Virginia.
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Quality assurance of all services provided by HHC is constantly monitored by a number of committees, including the Board of Directors, the Professional Advisory Committee, and the Quality Assurance Committee. These committees ensure that the care provided is appropriate, timely, and specific to each patient's needs. The Quality Assurance Committee also ensures that each individualized care plan meets all state and federal regulatory standards for quality care at the highest level possible. The consistent quality of services rendered by HHC is reflected by positive feedback from referral services, community representatives, and the patients and families themselves, who often stay with HHC throughout the recovery process when necessary.
HHC is also committed to providing care in a timely fashion. A simple phone call is all that is required to request services. Our operators are on call 24 hours a day, so patients and referral services can call us at any hour, day or night. Once our Home Care Coordinator completes the intake information, service can begin as early as on the same day or within 24 hours of the request.
Even though Jeanol has a tracheostomy, he engages in all of the activities that other children do
Meet 5 siblings of a set of septuplets, with their nurse, Kathleen.
Although she was born with respiratory problems and requires the use of a ventilator, Miriam (age 5), enjoys going to school.